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Great UFO Documentary
As an avid UFO buff this documentary is one of the best. Eduard Billy Meier is a UFO Contactee. An extraterrestrial woman named Semjase had face to face extended conversations with Eduard Billy Meier in the mid 1970s. During these conversations Billy was instructed to write-down their conversations. Meier has written over 30 books most are only available in German. Meier also took hundreds of photographs & video's of the "Beamships" (UFOs) which are included in this video. The documentary was filmed on location in Switzerland, Scotland & the USA. David Warner does a great job narrating this documentary. It also features the team of investigators Col. Wendelle Stevens, Lee Elders, Britt Elders & Tom Welch. This team was the first group to do an exhaustive study of this controversial UFO case.
Mystery of the Sphinx (1993)
A Great Documentary on the Sphinx
This is the Documentary that shook up Egyptian Archaeology when it was broadcast on NBC television. "The Mystery of the Sphinx," introduced American viewers to the discovery by John Anthony West and Robert Schoch that the Great Sphinx of Giza might be thousands of years older than its assumed date of 2500 BC. Narrated by Charlton Heston, the documentary provides evidence that the ancient Egyptians possessed scientific knowledge unknown to us and carried on the wisdom tradition of an earlier lost civilization. Finally this documentary been released on DVD.
Mysterious Origins of Man (1996)
This was an amazing eye opener! I alway felt Modern Archeology was rock solid, but now I can see how data & cover-ups really are going on in Archeology! Here's some back round info on the show. On February 25, 1996 NBC aired a one-hour prime-time special, The Mysterious Origins of Man, hosted by Charlton Heston. Controversy exploded in the academic community following this telecast. Much of the material for the program was taken from the book Forbidden Archeology,featuring interviews with co-authors Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson on the show.
Planet Earth (1974)
Could have been a great series!
As I've said many times before, the networks dropped the ball, when they didn't pick up Planet Earth for a TV series. It seems every time Gene Roddenberry came up with a great new series(Questor Tapes, Genesis II, Planet Earth, Spectre), the networks failed to see his vision. After recently watching this show again, I'm still puzzled why this Pilot wasn't picked up for a series. This show could have been a Star Trek on Earth.
The Fantastic Journey (1977)
I loved this show as a kid!
I was a major fan of this show in the '70s, as an 11 yr. old. After only catching a few episodes, suddenly the series disappeared, obviously cancelled. Luckily, I was able to trade for the complete series on VHS. After watching the whole series, and finally getting to see all the episodes. I can see why I was such a fan as a kid. Even though a lot of the look and style of the show is very dated and '70s looking, this series had the potential to be a good one. As an older viewer, some of the episodes are a little weak, but this series, had they spend a little more money on art direction and writing, had potential. Anyone thats a fan of '70s Sci-fi television, I think would enjoy this series.
The Last Child (1971)
Not as good as other John Llewellyn Moxey TV movies!
I just never bought into this story. Even though I agree with the stories subtle premise, that some time in the future, Population Control will be necessary for the survival of the human race. The other part of this movies premise was just not believable. The fact that this couple had to run from the Population Control Police, because they were going to have a second child, even though the first child died at just over 1 year old, seems a little too extreme, and made it hard for me to buy into. This movie seemed too one sided and more of a political statement about one's rights, rather than dealing equally with the serious questions of Overpopulation. Not as good as the other classic TV-movies directed by John Llewellyn Moxey, the Master of 70's TV-Movies & Pilots (Genesis II, Night Stalker, Kung Fu, A Taste of Evil, etc.)
The Questor Tapes (1974)
Great Robot Story
Another great Gene Roddenberry TV-Movie Pilot. The networks dropped the ball, on not making Questor Tapes into a TV series. It seems every time Roddenberry came up with a great new series(Questor Tapes, Genesis II, Planet Earth, Spectre) the networks failed to see his vision. Someday I hope someone remake's these into movies or pilots again they are sure deserving of it.
Really Good End of the World TV-movie
Another really good TV-movie directed by John Llewellyn Moxey, the Master of 70's TV-Movies & Pilots (Genesis II, Night Stalker, Kung Fu, A Taste of Evil, etc.) This is another in a long line of End of the World/Doomsday stories. Peter Graves give another solid performance as the father of a family on vacation, just trying to return home, and reunite the rest of his family with his wife, during and after the crisis.